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  • Australian arrested at airport for iPhone 8 smuggling

    September 24, 2017 9:34 AM 1

    Customs authorities search the suitcases of Australian Ho Wun Howard Lee at Suvarnabhumi airport on Sunday. (Suvarnabhumi airport customs office photo) An Australian national was arrested on Sunday for trying to sneak 26 iPhone 8 units into the country at Suvarnabhumi airport. The Customs office at the airport said authorities ordered Ho Wun Howard Lee, 38, to open his two suitcases

  • Why the iPhone 8 is so boring

    September 22, 2017 6:00 PM 3

    Although Apple would never say it, the iPhone 8's improvements over the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are mostly incremental, with wireless charging and some new camera tricks (including Portrait Lighting) being the highlights. The real star is the iPhone X, which isn't coming for another month. That's the consensus from most reviewers, too. It's not that the iPhone

  • Uber To Be Kicked Out Of London Over ‘Lack Of Responsibility’

    September 22, 2017 12:36 PM 3

    Uber was refused an operating license removal in London over “a lack of corporate responsibility,” Transport for London (TFL) said on Friday. The government body ruled to stop the ride-hailing service provider from operating in the UK capital after its existing license expires on September 30, although it will be allowed to continue doing business in the city while

  • Uber responds after TfL announces that it will not reissue private hire license

    September 22, 2017 10:38 AM 3

    It looks like Uber may no longer be able to operate in London – as TfL have announced that they will not be reissuing the company’s private hire licence for the city. The taxi giant is said to have around 40,000 drivers in London, with over 3.5 million Londoners using the app. Their current licence is due to expire next Saturday on September 30. Today

  • This may finally be the year the iPhone line ritual dies a natural death

    September 22, 2017 9:51 AM 3

    Today is iPhone day. And for the past decade that has incited a ritual of capitalism that became ingrained in our culture and served to demonstrate the cultish devotion Apple had inspired, and that no other company could match. The iPhone lines were a near-religious, tribal gathering of believers who, yes, wanted first dibs on the latest version. But they also wanted

  • Humble are giving away Outlast completely free until tomorrow

    September 22, 2017 8:54 AM 3

    If you’ve been meaning to play Outlast but haven’t got round to it yet, now might be a good time to consider picking it up, as Humble are offering a 100% discount on the game. Outlast is a first-person survival horror game released in 2013, in which you play as a journalist investigating a remote psychiatric hospital. If you’ve ever heard of a horror

  • IPhone 8, 8 Plus go on sale in Japan

    September 22, 2017 6:47 AM 3

    They will be back for the iPhone X, they said. "I appreciate this new glass finish" more than the finish on the recent line, he said. Accordingly, even when taking into account the exchange rate, Singaporeans are paying around $150 to $180 extra for the two iPhone 8 models, $170 to $200 extra for the two iPhone 8 Plus models, and $220 to $250 extra for the two iPhone

  • Apple fans line up for iPhone 8, 8 Plus in Japan, but many holding out for X model

    September 22, 2017 6:08 AM 3

    Apple Inc.’s latest iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus smartphones featuring upgraded cameras and wireless charging went on sale in Japan on Friday, with eager buyers lining up outside retail outlets in the morning. But preorders appeared to fall short of previous models as many held out for the new flagship iPhone X coming out on Nov. 3. Around 60 people lined

  • Julius Baer hires UBS's Bartholet as chief risk officer

    September 22, 2017 5:42 AM 3

    ZURICH (Reuters) – Swiss private bank Julius Baer said on Friday it has appointed Oliver Bartholet as chief risk officer, replacing Bernhard Hodler who will serve as deputy to Chief Executive Boris Collardi. Bartholet, currently head of legal group regulatory and governance at UBS , will take the new role effective April 1, 2018, the Zurich-based bank said in a statement

  • Apple has postponed the release of the iPhone X

    September 22, 2017 5:34 AM 3

    Mass production of flagship smartphone iPhone X has not yet begun, while Apple opens pre-orders start next month. This was told by Christopher Caso, an analyst with Raymond James, in a report on its study of the supply chain. It is expected that mass production of the iPhone X will start in the period October to December. Thus, in early November of gadgets